La Silph League Arena

Regole dell'evento ufficiale

Versione Semplificata

(Questa versione abbreviata delle Regole dell'Arena è stata fornita per comodità - per ulteriori domande o contestazioni consultate il set completo di regole che segue!)

For tournament play to contribute to Competitors' global rank, it must be 'accredited.' This means it must be hosted by an authorized Silph League member community, it must be played with 'Arena Rules,' and it must be a ranked tournament, properly conducted and reported through Silph.gg. The abbreviated Arena Rules are as follows:

  1. No Rule Changes: No modifications, additions, or subtractions to these standardized rules may be enacted or enforced by tournament Officials in ranked Arena tournaments or the tournament will no longer be accredited and contribute to player rank.
  2. Selezione Squadra: Puoi usare solo i 6 Pokémon registrati quando il torneo è iniziato. È proibito alterare in qualsiasi modo il Team Lotta dopo l'inizio del torneo (vedi 1.1 Tipi di torneo).
  3. Selezione Lega: Tutte le battaglie devono essere combattute nella Lega selezionata.
  4. Three Battles: Opponents will battle three times to determine a winner. The winner may only be determined through the normal progress of the game in play, and in the case of disputes, the in-game Journal and/or video evidence will be used. Opponents may not collude to report outcomes not achieved in battle.
  5. Pareggi: Se una battaglia termina con un pareggio (il Diario di entrambi i giocatori riporta un pareggio o una sconfitta), si tengono nuove battaglie fino al conseguimento di una vittoria. Le battaglie terminate per time-out secondo il timer di Pokémon GOTM non vengono considerate pareggio, e il vincitore si determina consultando il Diario di entrambi i giocatori.
  6. Contesa: Se i due avversari non concordano sul risultato di una partita, un membro dello staff consulterà i Diari e le registrazioni video disponibili per determinarlo.
  7. Technical Issues: If you experience significant technical issues, share this with your opponent. If both agree that it significantly impacted the outcome of a match, it will trigger a re-match of the current battle. The same lead Pokémon must be selected for the re-match, but the remaining two (2) Pokémon may be changed. . If technical issues prevent successful battle for 10 minutes, or if competitors disagree on the issue, contact tournament staff for assistance.
  8. Professionalism: Competitors are expected to maintain courtesy towards opponents, tournament staff, and spectators. Harassment (sexual or otherwise), aggression, intimidation, and other inappropriate behaviors should be reported to staff and can result in punitive action.
  9. Gratuito: Tutti i match riconosciuti dall'Arena devono essere gratuiti. Potrebbe essere richiesto un prezzo d'ingresso alla location (nel caso ad esempio di esposizioni videoludiche o simili), ma agli Organizzatori del Torneo è vietato richiedere un prezzo di partecipazione allo stesso. Sono invece concesse donazioni o forme di crowdfunding che aiutino a coprire i costi (ad esempio per la location o i premi).
  10. Decisioni del Personale: Tutte le decisioni dello staff sono definitive. Se stai lottando con un membro del personale, un altro membro del personale deve risolvere le contese, a meno che il torneo non abbia un solo membro del personale. Se pensi che una decisione del personale non sia adeguata, invia tramite il form Segnala Condotta Inappropriata perché venga revisionata dal Team Arena, provvedendo ogni prova ed informazione a disposizione.
  11. Spoofing: Chiunque giochi a Pokémon GOTM alterando la propria posizione deve ritirarsi dalle classifiche, e può soltanto competere nei tornei riconosciuti dall'Arena con un account non classificato.

The Silph League Arena Sanctioned Event Comprehensive Rules

Introduzione

La Silph League Arena (o "Silph Arena", o "Arena") è un'organizzazione di giocatori creata dalla community che autorizza ed aiuta le comunità di tutto il mondo ad ospitare tornei classificati e standardizzati durante una stagione competitiva. Regole e normative in questo documento, come ogni documento ufficiale Silph Arena, è pensato per promuovere un gioco giusto e coerente all'interno di tutte le community riconosciute dall'Arena, indipendentemente dalla posizione geografica.

Competitors, Officials, and Spectators are both responsible for being familiar with and following the most recent version of Silph Arena Rules, as well as any rule set required for a given tournament. In addition, Competitors, officials, and Spectators are required to treat each other and all others present in a respectful manner.

Competitors, officials, and Spectators are required to follow the rules as written, as well as the spirit in which the rules were created.

Chiunque trasgredisca le Regole Arena è soggetto a penalità commisurate all'infrazione commessa, fino a ed inclusa l'esclusione permanente dall'Arena.

Silph Arena si riserva il diritto di alterare le regole senza preavviso, e di interpretare, chiarificare o in qualsiasi senso pianificare modifiche ufficiali al presente documento e a qualsiasi documento e canale di comunicazione Arena.

Nozioni fondamentali sul Torneo
1.1 Tipi di Torneo

I Tornei tenuti tramite il software Silph.gg possono essere Classificati o Non Classificati.

Tornei Non Classificati

Unranked Tournaments are not subject to the rules in this document, but must be designated Unranked upon tournament creation. Ranked tournaments may become Unranked in certain situations including but not limited to dropping below the number of Competitors required to be Ranked (8) or failure to comply with the rules of Ranked tournaments.

Tornei Classificati

All Ranked Tournaments are to be run by Silph League Communities who have agreed to uphold The Silph League Arena Sanctioned Event Rules and League Code of Conduct. For tournament play to contribute to Competitors' global rank, it must be 'accredited.' This means it must be hosted by an authorized Silph League member community, it must be played with Arena Rules, and it must be a ranked tournament, properly conducted and reported through Silph.gg.

Durante i Tornei Classificati

  • I concorrenti porteranno con sé squadre di 6 Pokémon (Team Lotta), da registrare prima dell'inizio del torneo.
  • È consentito solo un Pokémon per specie in ciascun Team Lotta. Ovvero, ognuno di quelli che usi deve avere un numero diverso nel Pokédex (ad esempio Ivysaur e Venusaur) o tipo differente (come Castform Sole o Castform Pioggia).
  • Tutte le squadre di 3 Pokémon (Squadre Lotta) usate nei vari match devono fare uso di sole combinazioni dei 6 Pokémon citati.
  • Once the tournament begins, Battle Teams are locked in and revealed to all Competitors. Altering a Battle Team in any way, including but not limited to powering up, evolving, using TMs, adding a second move, purifying, or swapping alternate Pokémon within a species, is forbidden once Battle Teams are revealed (even if a late power-up or evolution would achieve the CP and/or species that was registered).
    • Best Buddies are permitted in ranked tournaments - however, in any given tournament, only one may be used in its boosted state, and Competitors may only use it at its registered CP.
    • A competitor is permitted to change their buddy during the tournament, as long as it is returned to its registered CP (whether that is its normal CP or its boosted CP) prior to use in any battle.
  • Shadow Pokémon are permitted in ranked tournaments (unless restricted by a specific Cup's rules) and must be designated as such when a competitor registers their Battle Team.
    • Multiple Shadow Pokémon may be registered in a single Battle Team, but not alongside their non-Shadow or Purified forms. They are considered the same species, sharing a Pokédex number and typing.
  • Mega Pokémon are not permitted in ranked tournaments or unranked tournaments.
  • Non sono permesse restrizioni ai Pokémon consentiti nei tornei eccetto quelle stabilite dalle regole dello stesso, come ad esempio restrizioni di tipo per una Coppa. Ad esempio, i tornei Lega Aperta non possono imporre restrizioni di tipo.
  • A minimum of 8 Competitors must have completed at least two full rounds.
  • Il software silph.gg di Silph Arena deve essere usato per la registrazione ai tornei, gli accoppiamenti in battaglia e la registrazione del risultato.

1. Tornei di Coppa

Cup Tournaments are a special subset of Ranked Tournaments that have unique names, rules, and features, determined solely by the Silph Arena, that must be followed by the Tournament Officials and Competitors. To qualify as a valid Cup, the tournament must begin and conclude (last matchup of the tournament reported) within the stated start and end dates.

Qualsiasi modifica alle regole che influenzi il gioco classificato messa in atto da Silph Arena durante o tra i periodi delle varie Coppe sarà riportata pubblicamente nella schermata di creazione del torneo, e annunciata tramite i canali ufficiali prima della messa in effetto.

Tranne ove espressamente specificato da Silph Arena, nuovi Pokémon, mosse o simili rilasciati durante il periodo di una particolare Coppa restano concessi, se rispettano le regole di suddetta Coppa.

2. Tornei Lega Aperta

Open League Tournaments (previously called simply “Ranked Tournaments”) abide by all Arena sanctioning and must have no additional restrictions on Battle Team selections other than that all battles are fought in the designated League (Great, Ultra, or Masters).

3. Tornei Speciali

Certain special tournaments may be offered by the Silph Arena throughout the season with additional or alternative rules and restrictions that are determined solely by the Silph Arena. These special tournaments may offer additional opportunity to have performance affect a competitor’s global rank. Examples include but are not limited to Championship Wildcard Tournaments, Regional Invitationals, etc.

I Tornei speciali possono solo essere tenuti dall'Arena o da comunità selezionate e autorizzate dalla stessa.

No additions, modifications, or reductions of the rule sets for Cups or any other Ranked tournament are allowed by Tournament Officials. Any changes that modify the established rulesets will invalidate the tournament and disqualify participants from contributing to their rank with that event.

1.2 Pubblicazione delle informazioni sui tornei

The Silph League Arena reserves the right to publish tournament information at any time (including during the tournament). Tournament information includes, but is not limited to, the contents of one or more Competitors' battle teams, descriptions of strategies or play, transcripts, video reproductions, and tournament logs. The Silph Arena reserves the right to publish penalty and suspension information.

1.3 Ruoli di Torneo

I seguenti ruoli sono definiti ai fini del torneo:

  • Tournament Official: A single individual that may act in any combination of official tournament roles.
    • Tournament Organizer: A Tournament Official that is the lead person(s) in charge of all aspects of the tournament from logistics to advertisement and promotion.
    • Tournament Administrator (Admin): A Tournament Official that has full access to a community’s actions through silph.gg.
    • Tournament Staff: A Tournament Official that has limited access to a community’s individual tournament actions through silph.gg.
  • Competitor: A single individual that is registered and competing in a tournament.
  • Spectator: Individuals at a tournament who are not Officials, including Competitors in any match in which they are not playing.

Gli Organizzatori e lo Staff di Torneo sono considerati Ufficiali di Torneo. Ciascun individuo può agire come una combinazione di uno o più ruoli ufficiali. Qualsiasi individuo non classificabile come Ufficiale in un torneo è considerato Spettatore, inclusi gli stessi Concorrenti durante una partita in cui non sono partecipanti attivi.

Inoltre, Silph Arena può far presenziare propri rappresentanti durante qualsiasi Torneo classificato, e pur essendo presenti in vesti Arena ufficiali gli stessi non ricadono specificatamente in suddetta lista di ruoli, e potrebbe essere loro richiesto di ricoprire uno qualsiasi degli altri ruoli ufficiali.

Officials, Competitors, and Spectators are all required to follow the Silph Arena Rules. Failure to abide by these rules is grounds for penalties up to and including individual or community suspension or banning from The Silph Arena and/or The Silph League.

Evidence of misconduct by any role should be submitted via the Report Misconduct form to be reviewed by the Arena Legislation Team. All relevant evidence and information should be included.

1.4 Ufficiali di Torneo

Tournament Officials (Organizers, Admins and Staff) are responsible for the integrity of the tournament, with their duties including but not limited to:

  • Confirming that all Competitors registered are able to compete in the pairings generated by the silph.gg software within the stated round time limits
  • Confermare che i risultati dei singoli match siano stati riportati a silph.gg tempestivamente e in maniera corretta
  • Rettificare risultati errati
  • Ensuring that the round time limit (if set forth) is adhered to by all Competitors and other officials.
  • Giudicare in maniera giusta e consistente, applicando con buon giudizio le Regole Silph a qualsiasi situazione
  • Assicurarsi al meglio delle proprie capacità che ogni parte delle Regole Silph sia applicata dagli Ufficiali di Torneo, Concorrenti e Spettatori

Tournament Admins have additional responsibilities, including but not limited to:

  • Creare il corretto Torneo Classificato su silph.gg seguendo i criteri del torneo in questione, e assicurarsi il codice di partecipazione attivato da Silph Arena
  • Ensuring accurate information is reflected on the tournament page on silph.gg including relevant links and directions for Competitors to coordinate battles
  • Setting appropriate time limits for rounds when applicable and resetting the Round Time Limit in silph.gg
  • Accurately selecting the correct tournament format to reflect whether a tournament will be held in-person or remotely*

*As of Monday March 16th, at 9:00 AM UTC, all in-person (live) tournament events have been suspended until further notice. Any accredited community found to be hosting ranked in-person events during this time will be subject to punitive actions including all involved (organizers and Competitors).

The role of Organizer is generally held by Tournament Admins, but they may elect Tournament Staff to perform this role.

Tournament Organizers have additional responsibilities, including but not limited to:

  • Trovare un luogo adatto per il torneo e che ne rispetti le necessità
  • Staffing the tournament with appropriate Tournament Officials
  • Advertising the tournament in advance of the start of the tournament
1.5 Giudizio

I Tornei classificati richiedono la presenza e disponibilità (fisica o virtuale che sia) di almeno un Ufficiale di Torneo durante la partita, che supervisioni le contese, interpreti le regole e prenda altre decisioni ufficiali.

Tournament Officials are expected to be aware of any potential logistical issues, look into possible violations, make rulings on disputes, and apply the Silph Arena Rules in a fair and consistent manner based on the official Arena Infractions Procedure Guide (AIPG).

Gli Ufficiali funzionano da autorità giudiziaria durante ogni torneo approvato Arena, ed i partecipanti devono seguire le loro interpretazioni e giudizi.

1.5.1 Adjudication Levels

Adjudication levels create a standard of expectation between Tournament Officials, Competitors, and Spectators on how strictly rules will be enforced. Each level is generally a reflection of the level of game play, any prizes or invitations to be had, and the distance a Competitor may be expected to travel to participate. The Arena Adjudication Levels are below but outlined in more detail in the Arena Infractions Procedure Guide:

  • Sanctioned: This level of play is more relaxed, focusing on the fun and social aspects of the game. The majority of tournaments will be run at this level as there are no major prizes at stake and will be run by local communities.
  • Special: Tournaments at this level often award invitations to Championship level tournaments or have significant prizes available to Competitors who may have to travel some distance in order to participate. Competitors and Tournament Officials are expected to be familiar with all rules and regulations for the tournament, but there is still room for lesser punishments for minor mistakes and errors.
  • Championship: These tournaments are the highest level of competitive play in the Arena, where significant cash prizes, awards, prestige, and major competitive titles will draw Competitors from all across the globe. Anyone participating in a tournament at this level will be held to the highest standard of behavior and game play. At this level, both Competitors and Tournament Officials should be well versed in the rules and regulations of the tournament.

The Arena will make sure all Competitors, Tournament Officials, and Spectators are aware of the Adjudication Level of the tournament during the registration process.

1.6 Concorrenti

In addition to following all other Silph Arena Rules, Competitors are responsible for:

  • Behaving in a respectful manner toward Tournament Officials, Competitors, and Spectators.
  • Attenersi a Squadre Lotta composte da Pokémon conformi selezionati dal proprio Team Lotta.
  • Rispettare gli orari di inizio del torneo e le tempistiche dei match, iniziando ogni match il prima possibile e registrandone il risultato a match concluso.
  • Riportare qualsiasi violazione a regole o norme cui abbiano testimoniato.
  • Portare all'attenzione degli Ufficiali qualsiasi tentativo di corruzione, scommessa, manomissione dei risultati, gioco lento e discrepanze nelle registrazioni dei propri match.
  • Informare il Team Arena di discrepanze nella propria cronologia match, classifica o piazzamento di Coppa non appena ne vengano al corrente.
  • Having a single Travelers Card. Competitors with multiple Travelers Cards should contact The Silph Road at team@thesilphroad.com to have the information for two or more cards combined.
  • Astenersi dal registrarsi ad un torneo per ragioni altre dalla partecipazione, incluso il caso in cui la partecipazione non sia loro concessa.
  • Essere presenti fisicamente ai match assegnati durante i tornei faccia a faccia, ed essere reperibili per i match assegnati durante i tornei da remoto in maniera tempestiva.
  • Registrarsi e giocare soltanto con il proprio account personale, e registrare un solo account per torneo.
  • Accurately marking themselves as Unranked on their Travelers Card if they have ever engaged in GPS manipulation while playing Pokémon GOTM.
  • Conoscere e applicare tutte le regole contenute nel presente documento.
1.7 Spettatori

Any person present (either physically or remotely) while a tournament is in play, who is not in any other category above, is a spectator. This includes Competitors that are not actively engaged in a match. Spectators are responsible for remaining courteous and passive during matches and other official tournament sections. They may not offer assistance to any competitor while the tournament is in progress and they may not seek out any player’s hidden information (as defined in Section 2.6 Hidden Information) or share any hidden information they have learned, either inadvertently or intentionally. If Spectators believe they have observed a rule or policy violation, they are encouraged to alert a Tournament Official as soon as possible.

Competitors may request that Spectators not observe their matches in order to preserve their hidden information. Tournament Officials may also instruct a spectator not observe a match or matches.

Tournaments may be live streamed or broadcast via replay at any level of ranked competition. However, Tournament Officials, Competitors, and Spectators may not publish tournament information that falls under the umbrella of Hidden Information (see Section 2.6) without express permission from each Competitor. Competitors may decline to appear in such broadcasts with the exception of Special Tournaments (as defined in section 1.1 Tournament Types) organized by the Silph Arena.

Shoutcasters, commentators, and other coverage team members are considered special Spectators. Special Spectators are subject to the rules and responsibilities of regular Spectators as outlined above with one major exception. These special Spectators are allowed to discuss tournament information, including Hidden Information, so long as they cannot be heard by the Competitors.

Any Spectator is permitted to record matches, but must do so in a way that will not be obtrusive to the Competitors. Video taken during a tournament may not be shared with any Competitor while matches are still in progress or all parties involved may be subject to penalties for 3.3 Outside Assistance.

1.8 Idoneità all'Ammissione e Partecipazione

Chiunque è autorizzato a partecipare come concorrente in un torneo autorizzato Arena, o ad autorizzare la propria community e partecipare come ufficiale, eccetto:

  • Individui attualmente sospesi o banditi dall'Arena
    • Competitors who have self-opted out of ranking or who were deranked by the Arena are still eligible to participate unless they violate one of the other exceptions below
  • Altri individui espressamente banditi dalla partecipazione dalle normative Silph Arena
  • Individui di tredici (13) anni di età o inferiore senza la supervisione di un genitore o di chi ne fa le veci
  • Chiunque sia estromesso dalle leggi federali, statali o locali, dalle regole dell'Organizzatore del Torneo e/o della community ospitante, o dai gestori della location

Non è obbligatorio che gli inviti ai Tornei classificati siano aperti a tutti, ma è fortemente consigliato dallo spirito dell'Arena.

Tournament Officials may restrict entry to Ranked tournaments for appropriate reasons, including restricting Competitors to a local community or prohibiting an individual or group of individuals who have violated the community’s rules or otherwise demonstrated behavior not suitable to the Arena. Tournaments may also be restricted by player ranking so long as it is not used as a tool to purposefully exclude players based on their rank or to manipulate ranking.

Any Tournament Official or Competitor found to be entering or allowed to enter a tournament in order to manipulate ranking will be subject to punitive action(s) including removing tournament ranking eligibility, permanent deranking of individual account(s), and loss of accreditation with the Arena. Rank manipulation includes, but is not limited to win-trading, match fixing, creating additional accounts to increase the number of Competitors and/or rounds, and having a Competitor use a Pokémon GO or Silph Road account that they do not own.

The Silph Arena values a diverse and inclusive community where all Officials, Competitors, and Spectators feel respected and welcomed. As such, Tournament Officials may not bar Competitors based on race, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, or other similar attributes or protected groups. Officials found to be discriminating against groups of individuals will be subject to penalties from the Arena, up to and including revoking accreditation.

1.9 La Traveler's Card di The Silph Road

In order for a competitor’s performance to contribute to their global rank Competitors must register for Ranked tournaments with their Travelers Card. Competitors without a Travelers Card do not need one to participate in Ranked tournaments but are encouraged to obtain one from https://thesilphroad.com/card before attending an event. If a competitor does not obtain a Travelers Card before the event, they should be aware that their matches and progression may not contribute to their ranking.

Competitors are only permitted to have one card and it must only be associated with a single Pokémon GOTM account. The name on the Travelers Card must match the trainer name in their Pokémon GOTM account. If a competitor has multiple Travelers Cards for the same Pokémon GOTM account or needs to correct the name on their Travelers Card, they should contact The Silph Road at team@thesilphroad.com and provide the link to their Travelers Card(s) and screenshot(s) of their in-game Pokémon Go trainer name.

Competitors with multiple Pokémon GOTM accounts may only use the one which matches their Travelers Card. A Competitor with multiple Pokémon GOTM accounts cannot compete with additional accounts in the Arena. No Competitor may compete with any Pokémon GOTM account and/or Travelers Card other than their own. Failure to disclose multiple cards may lead to termination of one or all of the accounts. Competitors found to have multiple cards may lead to the termination of one or all of the accounts, even if each account is associated with a unique Pokémon GOTM account. Competitors may only compete ranked with a single account and may not create a new account to compete ranked if they have self-opted out of ranking or have been deranked by the Arena.

Competitors are required to select a country on their Travelers Card which accurately reflects the location where they consistently battle and/or primarily reside. This is a one-time, permanent selection and any competitor who needs to change their selected country should email team@silph.gg. Competitors found falsifying their country will receive punitive action(s) and may forfeit their ranked status in the Arena.

Competitors who have not opted out of rankings during the Season must leave their Travelers Card publicly readable for the duration of the Season. If a competitor hides their Travelers Card (i.e. marks it 'private') they will be de-ranked for all future Arena participation.

1.10 Modifiche, Cancellazioni e Conclusioni Anticipate di Tornei

Prior to the start of a tournament, Tournament Officials may change or cancel a tournament for any reason, with no prior notice, although every effort should be made to keep the registered Competitors aware of any changes when possible.

Tournament Officials found to be cancelling tournaments in order to mitigate personal rank gains or losses will be subject to penalties from the Arena.

I Tornei dovrebbero essere conclusi in anticipo solo per ragioni che ne impediscano la progressione e conclusione come pianificate. Queste ragioni possono essere anche, e non soltanto:

  • A competitor dropping out or removed reduces the number of Competitors to less than the number required for the tournament to be Ranked
  • Problemi tecnici insormontabili con il gioco o il sistema tornei
  • Cambiamenti improvvisi alla compatibilità con la location, ad esempio condizioni meteo poco sicure o chiusura della stessa.

Tournament Officials found to be cancelling tournaments in order to mitigate personal rank gains or losses will be subject to penalties from the Arena.

Meccaniche del Torneo
2.1 Struttura dei Tornei

Ranked tournaments consist of a set number of rounds, determined by the number of Competitors when the tournament begins. Each round contains matches between paired Competitors and the round is complete when all Competitors have reported their match outcomes. Matches consist of a set of battles (or "games") between the paired Competitors. The winner of the "best of 3" match will get a point for that round. Individual battle wins are tracked for global ranking, and are recommended to be used as the primary tie-breaker option, followed by Buchholz score and then global rank.

Drawn games (i.e. when both in-game journal entries show a tie, or both show a loss) do not count toward the number of games required to complete a match and a new battle must occur until a battle is won. Battles that time-out via the Pokémon GOTM timer do not constitute a draw, and the winner therein is determined by the Journal entries of the Competitors.

Tournament Officials may set reasonable time limits on each round within which Competitors will need to start, conclude, and report their matches.

2.2 Procedure pre-Torneo

Prior to the start of the tournament, Competitors must register their Battle Team on silph.gg and check in with a Tournament Official to confirm attendance. Competitors are responsible for:

  • Entering the check-in code for a tournament in a timely manner after it has been announced by the Tournament Officials
  • Accurately entering their Registered Battle Team (defined in 2.4 Battle Pokémon Registration & Use) with the exact CP for each Pokémon and denoting if it is a Shadow Pokémon when applicable
  • Making sure the Pokémon that are being registered in the Battle Team have the intended movesets
  • Keeping up with any announcements and updates from Tournament Staff regarding tournament logistics

Tournament Officials must confirm the Arena Rules with the Competitors and announce any specific logistics for that tournament (i.e. round time limits). Tournament Officials are responsible for:

  • Making sure the tournament page is updated with accurate and timely information including a link to the platform where tournament discussion and organization will take place
  • Providing the check-in code to Competitors with a reasonable amount of time before the start of the tournament
  • Being familiar with and assisting Competitors through the check-in process
  • Keeping all Competitors apprised of any updates or changes regarding the status of the tournament and any tournament logistics
  • Checking to make sure all participants that are registered have checked-in and accurately updated their Battle Teams before closing check-ins and starting the tournament
2.3 Procedura post-lotta

Match outcomes must be self-reported by each competitor via silph.gg to record the number of battles won and lost. Outcomes should be reported as soon as the match is complete and should not exceed the round time limits that may be set by Tournament Officials (to be communicated to Competitors prior to the start of the tournament).

In caso di contesa sul risultato di un incontro registrato, gli ufficiali dovranno confermare il risultato tramite i diari del gioco ed eventualmente correggerli su silph.gg.

Il pareggio non è un risultato contemplato. Qualsiasi lotta dovesse chiudersi in pareggio (previa verifica dei diari di gioco) non conta come una vittoria per nessuno dei giocatori. I concorrenti devono continuare la partita fino al raggiungimento del numero di vittorie prestabilito, salvo in caso di resa, squalifica o rimozione di uno dei concorrenti da una partita o dal torneo. In nessun altro modo è concesso determinare il risultato di una partita.

If a match is the final match of a tournament for a Competitor, it is the responsibility of that player to make sure they select the proper weighting for that tournament before submitting match results. Once match results have been submitted for the final round, weighting cannot be changed or updated. Tournament Officials are responsible for concluding a tournament in a timely manner once the final matchup is reported. Officials found to be failing to conclude a tournament on time may be investigated by the Arena and if they are found to be doing so to purposefully manipulate rankings will be subject to penalties.

2.4 Registrazione e Utilizzo dei Pokémon in Lotta

Competitors are required to register their Pokémon selections for their Battle Teams via silph.gg. Registered Battle Teams are defined as the six (6) usable Pokémon that the Competitor plans to utilize as in their current state at the start of the tournament. Once the Tournament Organizer begins the tournament, Battle Teams are locked in and revealed to all Competitors.

Altering a Battle Team in any way is forbidden once Battle Teams are revealed (even if a late power-up or evolution would achieve the CP and/or species that was registered). The only exception to this is Best Buddy Pokémon, which is outlined in more detail in Section 1.1 Tournament Types. Altering may include but is not limited to powering up, evolving, using TMs, adding a second move, purifying, or swapping alternate Pokémon within a species. If a Competitor is using the same Pokémon across multiple tournaments that take place during the same or similar time period, they may not use a TM to change the moveset of that Pokémon. If a Competitor is found to be using a TM on a Pokémon to change moves between tournaments, that player is subject to penalties as deemed fit by the Tournament Officials.

Informazioni sul Team Lotta registrato possono essere divulgate pubblicamente, con o senza l'attribuzione a un concorrente unico, o celate a seconda delle regole specifiche del torneo. I Team Lotta sono genericamente di pubblico dominio durante gli eventi classificati, ma è responsabilità di tutti gli ufficiali e i concorrenti conoscere le regole del singolo evento, rispettare e farle rispettare.

It is the responsibility of all Competitors to make sure they are using a legal Battle Party during each game of their match. A legal Battle Party is defined as 3 Pokémon from the Registered Battle Team. In the event that a Competitor selects an invalid Pokémon and locks in for a match, or if a Competitor notices their opponent selected an invalid Pokémon in their Battle Party, this information should be brought to their opponent and a Tournament Official immediately. A Tournament Official may issue penalties up to and including a match loss if a Competitor is using an illegal Battle Party. However, if a rematch is ruled in the case of an invalid Pokémon in a Competitor’s Battle Party, the initial game is discarded and new teams and leads may be selected.

2.5 Start of a Battle

A battle officially begins when the first Pokémon has been visually revealed in the Pokémon GO™ Battle. If the Battle is cancelled, either by a Competitor or by technical malfunction, before the first Pokémon of either Competitor is revealed on screen, both players have the option to choose new teams and/or leads. If one opponent gains any knowledge of hidden information (as defined in Section 2.6 Hidden Information) or their opponent’s Pokémon, they are obligated to inform their opponent of what they saw or heard and their own lead Pokémon so that both Competitors enter the match with the same information. The match may then be replayed with the same leads, but new teams selected if they choose.

2.6 Hidden Information

Si intende per informazione riservata qualsiasi informazione non venga divulgata pubblicamente dalle funzionalità di battaglia di Pokémon GOTM o Silph Arena, incluse (ma non esclusivamente) le Squadre Lotta, tattiche e srategie, e le mosse dei Pokémon registrati.

Throughout the tournament, including pre-tournament procedures, Competitors are responsible for making reasonable efforts to prevent others’ hidden information from being revealed.

In order to preserve hidden information, Competitors should refrain from spectating other matches in their tournament until they have completed their final match, unless the Competitors being observed permit it. Competitors must not actively attempt to gain hidden information and should not share information that was inadvertently learned. However, it is the responsibility of each competitor to protect their own hidden information, and Competitors are not required to inform opponents who accidentally reveal hidden information.

2.7 Battle Team Checks

Durante un torneo classificato, agli ufficiali è consentito eseguire controlli sui Team Lotta a propria discrezione (per controllare che siano attinenti a quelli registrati su silph.gg, ad esempio in PL e specie).

Gli ufficiali possono anche richiedere la verifica e registrazione di informazioni ragionevoli (ad esempio il numero di MT Rapide e Caricate) prima del torneo, e verificarle nuovamente durante lo stesso.

Agli ufficiali non è consentito richiedere la divulgazione di informazioni riservate (ad esempio le mosse di un Pokémon o l'eventuale mossa caricata secondaria), a meno che non sia verificabile che tali informazioni saranno ad uso esclusivo degli Ufficiali di torneo non in gara per tutta la durata dello stesso.

Gli ufficiali non possono richiedere informazioni aggiuntive durante la registrazione o la risoluzione delle contese. Esempi di raccolta illecita di informazioni possono essere:

  • Luoghi di cattura dei Pokémon
  • Mappa Palestre dei concorrenti
  • Prova di viaggio
  • Accertamento di app scaricate o cronologia
  • Tutto quanto esterno al gioco di Pokémon GOTM

Non sono accettati accertamenti troppo severi, anche in caso di sospette violazioni al regolamento.

Se un ufficiale sospetta che un concorrente sia solito falsificare la propria posizione GPS ma non si sia ritirato dalla classifica, qualsiasi prova (ad es. screenshot di immagini condivise o conversazioni) deve essere inviata al Team Arena per la revisione tramite Segnala Condotta Inappropriata.

2.8 Time Extensions

Gli ufficiali possono arrestare il proseguimento di un torneo per indagare riguardo una contesa o qualsiasi altro problema e risolverli, ed estendere se necessario il tempo limite per round.

An official may also pause the round for other reasonable situations such as a meal break for the Competitors, in which case they should extend the round time limit to account for the paused time.

Competitors may request a time extension due to extenuating circumstances or personal emergencies, and Tournament Officials should do their best to grant these requests. However, Officials should prioritize a timely tournament for the majority of Competitors and may deny a requested extension in order to fulfill that duty.

2.9 Conceding Battles/Matches or Withdrawing from Tournaments

Competitors may concede a battle or match, or withdraw (“drop”) from a tournament at any time. The decision to do so must not be influenced by any competitor or official in any way. Other Competitors, officials, or Spectators may not imply, suggest, or otherwise require that a competitor concede or withdraw for any reason.

If a competitor chooses to drop from a tournament, they should inform a tournament official as soon as possible. If a competitor drops from a tournament before the tournament has started and first round pairings are revealed, they are considered to have not participated in the tournament. Competitors who drop after round pairings have been generated may elect to complete the match and report the outcome, otherwise they chose to concede the match and have it reported as a loss by an official. If a Competitor needs to withdraw during a tournament the following actions will be taken by Tournament Officials:

  • A match loss will be issued if a Competitor needs to be removed before completing their match
  • The match results will stand if a Competitor needs to be removed after completing their match
  • Both Competitors will receive a loss and be removed from the tournament if they both fail to present themselves for a match
  • A match loss may be awarded if a single Competitor attempts to make an effort to coordinate their battle within the round time limit*

*It is up to the discretion of the Tournament Officials to determine if one or both players attempted to make an effort to coordinate their battle. Tournament Officials should use their best judgement to be fair when assessing the efforts of each Competitor.

If a Competitor asks to be removed, Tournament Officials should immediately remove the player in order to avoid unnecessary losses. Officials should not change the match results before removing the player as the system will handle assigning wins and losses accordingly. If a Competitor asks to be removed and a Tournament Official fails to do so, the Competitor may submit an appeal to the Arena Legislation team by using the Misconduct Form.

Se un concorrente si rifiuta di giocare, lascia il torneo prima di completare un incontro o in qualunque altro modo è impossibilitato o non vuole completare l'incontro nei limiti di tempo stabiliti, la situazione è da considerarsi una resa e da registrare come sconfitta da parte di un ufficiale. Se il concorrente è impossibilitato o si rifiuta di completare un incontro anche per il round successivo, sarà di nuovo considerato sconfitto e rimosso dal torneo.

2.10 Errori/Problemi Tecnici Durante gli Incontri

In the event that a hardware or software malfunction significantly impacts the outcome of a game, the competitor so affected must immediately bring it to the attention of their opponent. Some examples of issues that do not warrant a rematch include standard game occurrences (such as the inability to switch a Pokémon or use a charge move while the fast move animation is still in play) and user error (such as a phone notification disrupting play)

The competitor experiencing the issue must inform their opponent immediately, and they may decide to play through or restart the battle. Both Competitors are responsible for assessing the magnitude of impact the error had on the results of the game and, if it is agreed to have had a significant impact on the game’s outcome, may restart that game.

If an opponent disputes the technical glitch’s negative impact, or if a competitor quits the battle before they both agree, video evidence must be provided. Competitors providing video evidence should attempt to submit the full length of the battle in order to provide Tournament Staff with as much information as possible to make a judgement call. The responsibility to provide video evidence falls on the Competitor who believes that there was a technical malfunction that significantly impacted the result of their match. If there is no evidence of a malfunction, and opponents disagree on a technical malfunction, the game’s outcome will stand and no re-match is required. The opponent not making a dispute is not obligated to provide any video evidence unless they are willing, or the Tournament Staff requests it to get more information on the issue being reviewed.

In the event of a restart for an individual game, both Competitors must utilize the same lead Pokémon as chosen for the disrupted game, but the remaining two Pokémon in their Battle Party may be changed. Competitors are not required to replay in the same manner as the interrupted game.

Modifying a lead Pokémon used in a rematch may result in a game loss from an Official if evidence can be provided. If this error is committed with the intent to gain advantage, the Official may take further action, including removing the Competitor from the tournament. If a rematch is ruled in the case of an invalid Pokémon in a Competitor’s Battle Party, the initial game is discarded and new teams and leads may be selected.

In caso di guasti tecnici che ritardino il risultato di una partita e la registrazione dello stesso, si richiami all'attenzione un ufficiale per indagare la questione e trovare una soluzione. Se tali ritardi dovessero provocare il mancato rispetto dei limiti di tempo imposti per il round senza che si possa determinare un vincitore, l'ufficiale può accordare un prolungamento dei limiti di tempo perché abbia luogo un nuovo incontro, o dichiarare vincitore il concorrente con il maggior numero di vittorie conseguite entro il limite di tempo.

2.11 Bluff

Competitors may "bluff" one or more Pokémon in their registered Battle Team, i.e. registering a Pokémon that they do not possess or intend to use. If a competitor chooses to bluff, they are still restricted to choosing their Battle Teams from the Pokémon in their registered Battle Party. No other Pokémon may be used in place of a bluffed Pokémon, including a Pokémon with a different CP than registered, or a Pokémon that achieved the registered state after the tournament began (via evolution, power-up, or any other means of altering the Pokémon).

2.12 Appelli al Team Silph Arena

Se un concorrente è in disaccordo con le decisioni di un ufficiale può fare appello a Silph Arena, consapevole che la questione potrebbe essere ignorata o non risolta prima del termine della Stagione.

I concorrenti non possono fare ricorso prima che gli Ufficiali di Torneo abbiano preso una decisione, e le decisioni di Silph Arena sono definitive. Per fare ricorso a Silph Arena, inviare una segnalazione tramite la pagina Segnala Condotta Inappropriata.

Violazioni delle regole del torneo
3.1 Inganno

Cheating during a tournament is forbidden. Cheating is defined as actively breaking a rule with the intention of gaining an advantage from the action. Any allegations of cheating must be brought to the Tournament Officials for review. Officials may issue an appropriate penalty and/or submit evidence of misconduct to the Silph Arena Team to be reviewed and logged. The Arena Team may issue further penalties based on the severity of the infraction and any prior infractions.

3.2 Determinazione Illecita del Vincitore

Improperly determining a winner is defined as any action or offer of action outside of Pokémon GOTM gameplay used to determine the outcome of a battle or match. The only exception would be if an opponent has conceded, is disqualified, has received a valid penalty of a battle or match loss, or is otherwise removed from the tournament.

Other Competitors, officials, or Spectators may not imply, suggest, or otherwise require that a competitor concede or withdraw from any match for any reason.

Il risultato di un incontro o partita non può essere deciso casualmente o arbitrariamente in altro modo, incluso (ma non esclusivamente) con il lancio di una moneta, il gioco su delega o la disputa su altri giochi.

3.3 Assistenza di Esterni e Risorse Esterne

Once a tournament begins, Competitors may not receive any outside assistance.

  • Competitors may not seek play advice from anyone, whether physically present or not, and no outside advice may be given to Competitors. This includes coaching at any point before, during, and after each match through the conclusion of the tournament. Coaching is defined as receiving information from another Competitor or Spectator that informs a Competitor’s decisions and strategies.
  • Competitors may not have another Competitor or Spectator piloting their account, whether physically present or remotely, during a tournament. Each player must compete with their own account and that account must match the Travelers Card for that Competitor. If the in game account and Travelers Card do not match players should follow the instructions in section 1.9 The Silph Road Travelers Card.
  • Competitors and Spectators must refrain from providing any information about Battle Team or Battle Party selections (including movesets) or strategies while the tournament is in progress.
  • Ai concorrenti non è permesso utilizzare risorse programmatiche o scriptate che diano indicazioni strategiche su come affrontare un Team Lotta di 3 Pokémon di uno specifico avversario, incluse risorse che provvedano consigli sulla composizione del team, utilizzo degli scudi, scelta delle mosse caricate, o qualsiasi simulazione di accoppiamenti mossa-a-mossa contro il Team Lotta di un avversario.
  • I concorrenti possono far riferimento a note e risorse consentite; devono però completare le proprie partite entro i limiti di tempo stabiliti dagli Ufficiali di Torneo. Superare tali limiti comporta il ricorso a una penalità per gioco lento.

    Some examples of resources that are allowed:

    • Tabelle sull'efficacia di tipo.
    • Infografiche meta.
    • Note pre-calcolate sugli accoppiamenti chiave.
    • Liste classificate su un Pokémon e relativi punteggi in battaglia, o classificazioni dello stesso contro altri Pokémon validi (ovvero "meta").

Ci si aspetta che i concorrenti arrivino pronti alla lotta, studiati e allenati anticipatamente, pronti ad affrontare l'avversario con le sole proprie forze, senza ricorrere a programmazione, IA o altre persone per prendere decisioni cruciali.

3.4 Scommesse

Tournament Officials, Competitors, and Spectators, whether physically or remotely present, may not wager or bet on any portion of a tournament, match, or game.

3.5 Condotta Antisportiva

Unsporting conduct will not be tolerated at any time before, during, or after a tournament. All officials, Competitors, and Spectators must behave in a polite and respectful manner. Unsporting conduct toward any officials, Competitors, or Spectators is unacceptable and will not be tolerated. Examples include, but are not limited to:

  • Engaging in behavior, either in person or online, that could reasonably be expected to create a feeling of being harassed (sexually or otherwise), bullied, stalked, shamed, or intimidated.
  • Comportamenti polemici, belligeranti, offensivi o aggressivi.
  • Violazioni della privacy o sicurezza della persona.
  • Mancato rispetto delle istruzioni di un ufficiale di torneo

Gli ufficiali devono esaminare a fondo qualsiasi potenziale caso di condotta antisportiva, prendere appropriati provvedimenti laddove necessario e informare Silph Arena di qualsiasi incidente per controlli e archiviazione.

3.6 Gioco Lento

Competitors must organize their Battle Parties and begin their assigned battles in a timely fashion, adhere to the time limits specified for the tournament, and report match outcomes as soon as the match is complete. Stalling gameplay and/or match reporting is not permitted from Competitors or officials and may result in a battle loss, match loss, removal from the tournament, or additional punitive actions from the Silph Arena.

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